"There is a high chance of North Korean provocations, which would make the global community impose further sanctions", he said, adding, however, that it is "a realistic guess" that "a vicious circle of repeated provocations and sanctions could come back soon".
Pyongyang also agreed to send a 140-member art troupe, including an orchestra, singers and dancers, for concerts in Seoul and Gangnueng during next month's spectacle in PyeongChang.
The troupe will cross the border to the South via an overland route on February 6 before returning to the North on February 12, a day after its Seoul concert.
Protests erupted recently when a team of North Korean delegates visited venues in Seoul to prepare for the upcoming events.
Pairs figure skaters Ryom Tae-ok and Kim Ju-sik stood on the podium as "The Star-Spangled Banner" played and a North Korean flag was raised beside two American flags.
The U.S.is encouraging China and Russian Federation - where they are living - to kick them out.
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"We can not understand those that label the games as the 'Pyongyang Olympics, '" Park Soo-hyun, a Blue House spokesperson, said in a statement earlier this week. Instead of putting the North Korean hockey players into training right away, Murray gave them the afternoon to rest and held an orientation that evening to introduce the exact schedule and the plans for the unified team.
Pyongyang offered to "promote contact, travel, cooperation and exchange between the North and South on a wide scale to remove mutual misunderstanding and distrust".
The city's lax regulations when it comes to company registration and reporting requirements - a legacy of British colonial rule, analysts say - make it an attractive place to do business but easy for bad actors like North Korea to engage in illicit activities.
Cruz praised President Donald Trump in his remarks, which focused on the USA response to North Korea's nuclear ambitions. The increased USA attention comes as the North has stepped up its tempo of nuclear and ballistic missile tests. "I'm very pleased with the fact that North and South are united as one to participate in (the Olympics). The South Korean president's approval rating has dropped in recent days as well".
"Russia does not buy coal from North Korea and is not a transit point for coal deliveries to third countries", he said, according to the agency.
US Joint Staff Director Lt. Gen. Kenneth F. Mackenzie is reportedly to have said that drills would start "immediately" after the Olympics.